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  • Schools Closed on Monday in Observance of Memorial Day Holiday

    All schools and offices will be closed on Monday, May 28 in observance of Memorial Day Holiday.
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  • Register your 4-year old for Pre-K

    Applications are now being accepted for the North Carolina Pre-Kindergarten Program for the 2018-2019 school year. Applications can be found online, in every elementary school office, or the Preschool Office at the Freedman Center. For questions, call the preschool office at 828-726-3920.
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  • MILLION WORD READERS RECOGNIZED BY BOARD OF EDUCATION

    Families were brimming with pride at the 5th Annual Million Word event as Board of Education members recognized 531 students who had read at least one million words this school year and as of April 27, this group had read a total of 2,434,056,429 words.

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  • INNOVATIVE HIGH SCHOOLS GRADUATE 100 PERCENT WITH DISTINCTION

    The Class of 2018 at the Caldwell Early College High School and Caldwell Career Center Middle College, innovative high schools on the campus of Caldwell Community College (CCC&TI), turned the tassel with all their classmates in May.

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  • SCHOOL BOARD NAMES NEXT SUPERINTENDENT

    The Caldwell County Board of Education unanimously selected Dr. Donald W. Phipps as the next superintendent of the Caldwell County Schools. Dr. Phipps will take office on July 1, 2018. “The Board has worked together well and acted as one,” said Board Chairman Darrell Pennell.

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  • STONE REFLECTS ON TENURE AS SUPERINTENDENT

    After 12 years of service in Caldwell County and 20 years as a superintendent in North Carolina, Caldwell County Superintendent of Schools Steve Stone retires on June 30, 2018. “This has been one of the hardest decisions I have ever made,” said Stone. “Knowing that the school district is in excellent shape eases this transition, but I will always be a champion for the Caldwell County Schools.”

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  • The Caldwell County Schools website is being updated to ensure compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. For further information or concerns, contact Community Services Director Libby Brown at 828.496-9570.

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